Food, drinks, and beer will be available for sale. Other activities include visiting with the horses and farm animals and horse drawn carriage rides. Hosted by the Upper Eastern Shore Libertarians, a subcommittee of the Libertarian Party of Maryland. Minimum Government. Maximum Freedom.
Maryland Libertarian Party 2018 congressional candidates Dave Bishop (4th district) and Jacob Pulcher (5th district) were interviewed on December 13 by the Capital Gazette.
“As a Libertarian, Bishop wants to shrink the role of government, with an emphasis on limiting the federal government’s involvement in certain areas, such as environmental protection or small business oversight”.
“Pulcher believes in weakening the impact government has on citizens’ lives. Pulcher hopes to reduce the country’s defense spending. Defense is an important part of what government does, but it is out of control, he said. He also wants to be more available to constituents and to combat the opioid crisis.”
The Maryland Libertarian Party nominated five more candidates for the 2018 elections at the Central Committee meeting on December 2:
Jenica Martin US House 1st
David Bishop US House 4th
Jacob Pulcher US House 5th
Jasen Wunder US House 8th
Tom Ashwell Harford County Circuit Court Judge
The Maryland LP now has candidates who will appear on the 2018 ballot for Governor, Lt. Governor, US Senate, and six of the eight US House seats, plus candidates for the General Assembly and Judge for the Circuit Court.
Click here to view the list of 2018 Maryland Libertarian Party candidates.
Maryland LP candidates have until July 1 to file the appropriate paperwork and filing fees to get on the ballot for 2018.